Female police officers say misogyny remains unchecked

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Sarah Everard’s murder has led to a closer look at the culture within the police – and now two inquiries have been announced to see what needs to change. Sarah Everard was killed by a serving police officer who falsely detained her in order to abduct her.

BBC Newsnight’s Sima Kotecha spoke to five female police officers – two retired and three currently serving – to hear about their experiences in a male-dominated working environment.